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      09-15-2012, 02:34 AM   #1
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Steel wheels for the winter

Hi folks,

Was at Goodwood revival race meet yesterday and met a rep from Weller Wheels.

Discussed if Weller would consider a run of 17 and 18 roadsport steel wheels for our cars, 8" wide and et of 25 or 30mm.

Any interest in a group buy for a set of 4?

When this chap gets back to me I will update but am gauging interest from forum community.

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Yeh let me know prices please. Will they fit 335d?
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Yes, I told this guy the bolt hole size, centre bore and pcd for 5 bolt fixing.

When the man from Weller gets back to me, I will advise.

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Interested too. 25mm offset might be a bit much for a rear lci though?
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I have run oem 270m all square set up 8" wide, 225/40/18 winter tyres and et20mm on my lci 335i e91 sitting on birds b3s chassis without issues so 25mm will work fine.

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